On Wed, Oct 03, 2007 at 02:19:03PM -0400, rhurst bidmc harvard edu wrote: > Our /home is mounted on GFS in an 11-node cluster. > I develop a script with 755 permission bits in my ~/bin. > I test it. > After it is tested, I `cp ~/bin/mybackup.sh /usr/local/sbin` (a local > ext3 filesystem) > Later, I remove ~/bin/mybackup.sh > Now whenever I invoke mybackup.sh, bash > returns /home/rhurst/bin/mybackup.sh: No such file or directory > and `which mybackup.sh` returns /usr/local/sbin/mybackup.sh > > Who's caching this wrong here, bash or GFS? What happens if you do "hash -r" before invoking "mybackup.sh" after the removal?
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